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Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO): Get More Leads Faster

Does it feel like your website isn’t getting as many leads as it should? Or maybe you’re not sure where the upper potential is. That’s why conversion rate optimization (CRO) is such a critical aspect of digital marketing. Maybe a red submit button works better than a blue one, Let’s find out!

Push Your ROI To The Limit With CRO Services

CRO is literally just testing different combinations of attributes on your site to see what makes users tick, here are some of the usual things we test:

  • Color
  • Size
  • Font style
  • Location
  • Different copy
  • Adding/removing multimedia

Surprisingly all these can make a difference in attracting more leads. Many website owners never test these elements, if they think it “looks good”, why change it?

How Do You Measure The Results From CRO?

We use multi-variate testing which is more commonly known as:

  • A/b testing – Testing 2 variations for specific results.
  • A/b/n testing – Testing 3 or more variations for specific results.

You can use certain tools and platforms to keep track of these results and then once you have a sufficient data set you can decide what to do next.

What Are The Benefits Of CRO?

If you could get more results for doing the same amount of work, you would consider that a win right? The total amount of traffic your website receives is irrelevant if none of them are converting, it’s basically just wasted effort. CRO specialists look for ways to increase the rate of conversion.

Conversion rate – The number of users that convert vs. the users that don’t (higher is better).

Another big aspect of CRO is testing follow-up actions, popups, emails, remarketing, etc. Many users don’t convert on their first visit, however, if you add these elements for a little extra push, it can quite often significantly increase your conversion rate. Doing CRO allows us to have more insight into your users which allows the following:

  • Make more informed decisions based on real-world data.
  • Find out your site’s pain points.
  • Increase your conversions.
  • Decrease abandoned carts.
  • Increase your ROI.
  • Increase the user-friendliness of your site.
  • Improve the customer experience with your brand.

What Do Our CRO Services Include?

We’ll Analyze Your UX

CRO specialists are always looking at improving sites and testing how easy it is to navigate to the conversion location. If we have trouble with your site, it definitely needs to be improved. The most obvious sign that your site is missing potential is if a specialist has trouble or gets frustrated figuring it out.

The next steps we’ll take are user monitoring. We can use tools to generate heatmaps that show where people are clicking most often vs where they are not. We can also record a visitor’s journey with tools that screen capture their visit. These tools do this at random and block any identification data so it will be an anonymous recording.

SEO Also Has An Impact On CRO

Your sites bring in traffic, but is it the right traffic? If you sell men’s casual shoes, you want to make sure you are triggering the right keywords! If someone comes to your site looking for dress shoes or sandals, you were probably never going to convert them in the first place. After we analyze your site’s content and keywords, we’ll be able to judge if the traffic is relevant or not.

Do You Have Conversion Funnels In Place?

Just having a form on your site does not count as a “funnel”. How are you leading customers to that form, is it on a landing page? Are there any follow-up actions like:

  • Email reminders
  • Popups on site
  • Remarketing ads

If you don’t have any of these in place, there will be lots o

Do You Have Conversion Funnels In Place?

Just having a form on your site does not count as a “funnel”. How are you leading customers to that form, is it on a landing page? Are there any follow-up actions like:

  • Email reminders
  • Popups on site
  • Remarketing ads

If you don’t have any of these in place, there will be lots of room for testing, if you do have them in place then we’ll see if we can improve them!

Website Copy Analysis

Is the copy engaging enough to convince someone to submit their personal information to your site? This takes a lot of skill and testing to achieve the optimal result. If you don’t have any CTA’s in your copy, for example, your audience might not know what you are asking. Or if you are not providing enough information, your audience may not trust your site enough to convert.

Frequently asked questions

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) is the process of increasing the percentage of website visitors who take a desired action, such as making a purchase or signing up for a newsletter. This process involves testing various elements of the website to determine which combination will lead to the highest conversion rate. A/B testing, user surveys, and other methods are used to optimize website design and content to maximize conversions.

The steps for CRO include setting goals, conducting research, creating hypotheses, testing, analyzing data, and making changes. The cycle then starts again to continuously improve the website and increase conversions.



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